#1
What do you consider grooves? I consider grooves to be quite a bit of slowly bent notes on the low strings, a lot of detuning and a crushing tone.
#2
Oh, and sorry if this is in the wrong forum, i didn't know where to put it.
#3
Quote by muckypup
What do you consider grooves? I consider grooves to be quite a bit of slowly bent notes on the low strings, a lot of detuning and a crushing tone.


CRUSHING OVERDRIVE?!?!?!?!!?


I consider a groove to be just that - a groove. All it is is a fun, basic tune/melody/etc. It's something that's hard to explain, yet easy to grasp.
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I didn't really get it either. I kinda just winged it.
#6
something slow-to-mid-tempo that you can just bob your head to
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#7
I consider grooves to be how they are defined: A sense of rhythm or swing created by a rhythm section, specifically in large ensembles.
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#8
Anything that you can nod your head to and have fun playing.

Tends to be major tonalities I make when grooving xD
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Quote by Kevy Absolution
I consider grooves to be how they are defined: A sense of rhythm or swing created by a rhythm section, specifically in large ensembles.


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What I meant.